HSC Profile of Student Achievement
Last Updated: 7 February 2013
An HSC Profile of Student Achievement is issued to each student who completes the requirements for the HSC and satisfactorily completes one or more Board Developed Stage 6 Life Skills courses. The HSC Profile reports the student’s achievement of the syllabus outcomes identified in the planning process for the individual student. Outcomes can be reported as either ‘achieved independently’ or ‘achieved with support’ and are presented under course headings.
The HSC Profile of Student Achievement is intended to provide a complete picture of the student’s achievement of Stage 6 Life Skills outcomes upon completion of the HSC. Student achievement of additional Life Skills outcomes in courses for which the student has not been entered may also be reported on the Profile.
Schools submit information on Schools Online regarding outcomes that have been achieved, either independently or with support, for all students undertaking HSC Life Skills courses at the time of collection of HSC assessment marks.
Outcomes achieved in School Developed Board Endorsed Life Skills courses will not be reported on the Profile of Student Achievement.
Students will receive the HSC Profile of Student Achievement together with any other HSC credentials being awarded.
Students who are accumulating Life Skills courses for the Higher School Certificate and who leave school prior to gaining the Higher School Certificate will receive a Profile of Student Achievement in conjunction with the award of the RoSA or Transcript of Study.
See also ACE 5006 for credentialling of Preliminary Life Skills courses.